Date of Award
College of Education
Type of Degree
Blind and visually impaired students need appropriate methods and accessible technology in order to compete and advance in learning the science concepts. The study investigated the attitudes, perceptions, and knowledge of assistive technology used by science teachers of the visually impaired from a Mid-Atlantic state and how they are incorporated in the classroom. The participant response gives notice to what forms of assistive technology are used in frequency, and the training and comfort level to use the assistive technology. The open responses stated themes of teachers needing more training in visual impairment college programs to use assistive technology to increase proficiency and use in the classroom with blind students.
CISP 615 Special Education Research.
People with visual disabilities -- Education.
Moreland, Lydia M., "Science for Visually Impaired Students and Accessible Technology" (2015). Theses, Dissertations and Capstones. 978.